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Transmission makes growling noise when i take it our of gear

It sounds horrible when i take it out of gear, it doesn't happen all the time but it sounds serious

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I'm guessing it's a standard shift. If it is a standard I would start with checking the fluid level in the clutch slave cylinder. Next I'd inspect the linkage, lastly and hopefully it's not this, but the throwout bearing on the clutch.Hope this helps!Jimmy

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